Tritone Substitution (LOTW #32)

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This lick is a little more advanced than most that I’ve posted. It is very technically challenging and if you haven’t worked much with pentatonics before the coordination can get a little tricky. But! Practice very, very slowly and anyone is possible of playing this. If you have questions or requests please leave them in the comments section and I will accommodate.

Points for practicing this lick:

  • Start with D-7 pentatonic
  • Move to Db7 Hexatonic triads, using Db and B ( G Natural)
  • Resolve to C pentatonic beginning with G

Enjoy!

Brenden Lowe

Brenden Lowe

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